Multi-talented Terry Fator celebrated his 10th year as a headliner at The Mirage Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas. Fator kicked off the evening in a pre-show ceremony by receiving the Key to the Las Vegas Strip by Clark County Commissioner Tick Segerblom, who with the rest of the Commission proclaimed March 15th as Terry Fator Day. Following a spectacular performance of Terry’s new show An Evening with the Stars, his family and friends headed to a star-studded after-party full of live entertainment. In attendance throughout the night – actress Jane Seymour, America’s Got Talent’s Mat Franco, Drew Scott & Jonathan Scott (HGTV’s Property Brothers), Pawn Stars’ Rick Harrison, legendary impressionist Rich Little, Broadway star Franc D’Ambrosio, Olympic figure skater Brian Boitano, illusionist Criss Angel, America’s Got Talent alum Julienne Irwin, Mirage singer Matt Goss, actress and singer Pia Zadora, magician Murray Sawchuck and entertainer Douglas “Lefty” Leferovich. As the evening’s after-party was in full swing, guests were treated to a special performance of songs from The Phantom of the Opera by legendary Franc D'Ambrosio, known as "The World's Longest Running Phantom.” Terry then took over with a spectacular set by Terry Fator & Friends– featuring the headliner Terry Fator belting out tunes (sans puppets!), with special guests including his America’s Got Talent season 2 cast-mate Julienne Irwin, Fator’s friend and one of his writing partners Pete Mitchell, violinist Ashley Rose, John Rosenberg (Terry’s lawyer who played guitar!) and the Terry Fator Band. The Company Men served as the opening act for the special evening with their unique blend of pop and timeless hits.